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  1. Hi I just noticed that the web theme and locale seem to be stored on the browser side and not server side. Two questions, can it be made that these settings become stored on the server side and be made possible to set a global theme and locale default in the Emby’s settings?
  2. Hi, It would appear as though the date format is hard coded to US month/day/year. What would be nice is to keep the English language, but still be able to decide what date and time format to be used consistently throughout the solution. As a European user, I'd for instance like it to be DD-MM-YYYY instead. If this is only tied to the locale, one could risk having to use a non-English language in order to get the right date/time format, and that would be somewhat unfortunate.. Would that be an idea?
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